Underage Beer Run | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers observed two males enter a state Route 410 grocery store around 12:30 a.m. It appeared to officers the two were on a beer run. As a getaway car sat outside, the two returned after being in the store for roughly 1 minute.

August 12

Underage Beer Run: Officers observed two males enter a state Route 410 grocery store around 12:30 a.m. It appeared to officers the two were on a beer run. As a getaway car sat outside, the two returned after being in the store for roughly 1 minute. They carried three 24 packs of Coors Light. When officers approached, a store employee came outside and the car drove off. The two were questioned about whether they purchased the beer or not. Officers told them they were under arrest and the two took off, one going east and the other west. Officers followed one into the woods and was able to get handcuffs on him. He was treated by East Pierce Fire and Rescue for cuts and scrapes and was booked into the Fife jail. Officers made contact with the other subject and after a records check found he had a warrant with the Puyallup Police Department. Both subjects are under 21 and were issued multiple citations including theft, minor in possession and resisting arrest.

August 9

Welfare Check: Officers responded to a SR 410 store to do a welfare check on a subject seen staggering in the parking lot. Once officers approached the subject, began to move around quickly and told them he was waiting for his sister who was in the store. After a records check, officers found he had a warrant with the Orting Police Department for assault. He was transported to a meeting location and released to an Orting officer.

August 8

Multiple Warrants:  Officers responded to the report of a homeless camp site in a wooded area near 202 Ave East and South Prairie Road. Once on scene, officers spoke with two males. One had warrants for his arrest out of Puyallup and Federal Way, he was taken into custody and transferred to Puyallup officers. The other male also had a warrant for escape from the Department of Corrections. During a search of his persons, officers found a small glass vial of methamphetamine. He was transported to Pierce County Jail where he was booked on unlawful possession of a controlled substance, obstructing a public officer and his arrest warrant. Officers left a note at the campsite for others living there, stating that they have a week to vacate. As officers left the scene, they ran into one of the subjects’ girlfriend, after a records check officers learned she also had a warrant for her arrest. She was transported to the Kent police.

Missing Gun: Officers responded to the report of a missing firearm. The reporting party told officers he had not seen his gun since he moved into his new apartment in June. He believed his brother had taken the gun when he helped him move. Officers attempted to contact his brother but received no answer.

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